WASHINGTON (INP) - Observing that the CIA does not trust ISI because it has demonstrated repeatedly that it is not trustworthy, a top American daily on Friday said that Pakistan needs to be given an ultimatum on the same lines as it was immediately done after 9/11. 'In the wake of 9/11, the Bush administration famously sent Secretary of State Colin Powell to Islamabad to explain that the US was going to act forcefully to protect itself, and that Pakistan had to choose whose side it was on. It is time to present Pakistan with the same choice again, The Wall Street Journal said. Noting that relations between Washington and Islamabad historically have never been easy, and now they seem to have reached something of a watershed, the journal said. 'The Pakistani government has made no move against the Quetta Shura, the operational nerve center in Pakistan of Taliban leader Mullah Omar, the daily said, adding, that Islamabad-US cooperation has also been double-edged. 'The government of President Asif Ali Zardari allowed the US to increase the number of drone strikes. Yet it has made a point of complaining about them publicly, playing politics to shore up its waning popularity with a domestic constituency smart enough to see through the hypocrisy, it added.